Greg Dracon

Partner at .406 Ventures

Greg Dracon is a Partner at .406 Ventures with 25+ years of combined venture investing and high-tech operating and management experience. Greg leads .406’s cybersecurity practice, which has invested in companies including AuthAir (acquired by LogMeIn), Carbon Black (IPO 2018), Edgewise (acquired by Zscaler), GreatHorn, HYPR, KSOC, MineralTree (acquired by Global Payments), Onapsis, Oort (acquired by Cisco), Pwnie Express (acquired by Outpost24), Randori (acquired by IBM), Sevco, Tausight, Terbium Labs (acquired by Deloitte), ThreatGRID (acquired by Cisco), Threat Stack (acquired by F5), ThreatX, Trilio, Vaultive (acquired by CyberArk), and Veracode (acquired by CA Technologies).

Greg serves on the Cybersecurity Strategy Council for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is a former board director of the Advanced Cyber Security Center – a non-profit consortium comprised of industry, academic, and government leaders establishing New England as a center of excellence for cybersecurity thought leadership.

Prior to joining the team at .406 in 2007, Greg was a Vice President at venture capital firm Core Capital Partners and previously, spent nearly a dozen years in a variety of operating and management roles within the high-tech industry.

Greg received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University and his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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